Full Time Job

Traffic Anchor / Reporter

Hearst

Baltimore, MD 08-27-2021
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  • Paid
  • Full Time
Job Description
Baltimore's news and information leader, Hearst's WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5 is seeking a full-time Traffic Anchor/Reporter to serve as the trusted voice commuters will turn to for the latest conditions weekday mornings. We are looking for a dependable individual with a confident on-air delivery, who can effectively and concisely communicate traffic conditions in the greater Baltimore area in an easy to understand and useful way. This is an on-site position.

Job Responsibilities:
• Anchoring of WBAL traffic reports.
• Monitor multiple sources to compile reports on the latest traffic conditions.
• Use digital and social media platforms to update and interact with listeners.
• Deliver breaking news in a timely and concise manner.
• In-person attendance is required

Required Skills
• Understanding of the Baltimore metro and surrounding areas helpful.
• Familiarity with radio or television broadcast news operations helpful.
• Must be available to work holidays and be able to manage a flexible schedule.

Education:
• College or comparable experience preferred.

Required Experience
• Broadcast experience preferred, particularly anchoring and reporting news and/or traffic.

Additional Requirements

As part of its continued efforts to maintain a safe workplace for employees, Hearst Television requires that all newly hired employees be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus by the first day of employment as a condition of employment, to the extent permitted by applicable law. HTV will consider requests for reasonable accommodations due to medical and/or religious reasons on an individual basis in accordance with applicable legal requirements.

Jobcode: Reference SBJ-g6p979-3-236-55-22-42 in your application.

Company Profile
Hearst

Hearst Television, a subsidiary of Hearst, owns and operates local television and radio stations serving 26 media markets across 39 states reaching over 21 million U.S. television households.